WYNYARD 24.26 (142) -d- ULVERSTONE 11.10 (76)WYNYARD started the new season from where it left off last year, beating arch-rival Ulverstone last night.
The Cats went through the 2014 season undefeated and have started in similar fashion, casting aside one of the teams expected to give them a run for their money this year.
It was a familiar sight at Wynyard with key forward Gregg Sharman kicking eight.
Zane Murphy came off the field in the last term to rest a minor ankle injury but he should be fit to play against East Devonport next week.
Although many of last year’s premiership players are missing, the Cats are still going to be a formidable force.
Sharman, the competition’s leading goalkicker in 2014, is likely to get plenty of support this season as brothers Nick and Tom Mitchell kicked three goals each, as did Stuart Turner.
Turner is on the comeback trail this year after missing last season with a shoulder injury.
Ulverstone went into last night’s game under-manned with several of its top players missing. New Robins’ coach Justin Rodman made his presence felt with three goals in the opening half.
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